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  • He is quite a bit younger than me and immediately pointed out just how sentimental it had been his very first WoW encounter was with mejust like how it was with gold wow classic my other cousin back in the day. It's those sorts of stories I hold close to
    my heart.


    So as to not ruin that fragile moment with the hellscape that is Westfall, I walked over to Loch Modan where we must operate farming boars, bears, and lions to get a dodgy meal. It took us close to one hour to get the necessary
    materials to finish that one quest. Why 40 boars were overlooking intestines is beyond me.


    But the hour flew by; our observations of the game world and ridiculous banter once again diffusing the differently torturous experience that activity would have been independently. It was 10 PM, when we finished. He logged off and went
    to bed.


    My work would prevent me from playing the following day as planned, so I had been alone. Again.Fighting four other people for 12 different mobs each with an apparent 5% chance of falling a specific quest item is not fun. Rather,
    I am reminded of those 12-hour marathons to acquire one level, only to play catch-up with people with much more free time in their hands.


    It's a sad, lonely presence only made marginally jaded by Blizzard's terrific zones and music. But finally, it's a sport made to soak up as many hours as possible to maintain your subscription from the mywowgold books. It's not too bad when you
    have a complete camp of critters to farm, but if people are screaming in area chat about not needing one quest item drop in 45 minutes, it becomes a chore as Personalized entertainment.

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